David Gemmill: Birth: ABT 1803. Death: 8 Aug 1846
Agnes Gemmill: Birth: ABT 1809.
Robert W Gemmill: Birth: ABT 1813.
Jennett Gemmill: Birth: 2 Jan 1822. Death: 9 Mar 1895
Note: BIRTH: MARRIAGE:
WILL: David Gemmill. to my wife Margaret Gemmill the farm I live on during her life and numerous personal property plus negro boy George. to eldest son David Gemmill of Hancock OH $5, to second son John Gemmill of York Co, PA $1, to third son James of York Co, PA $1, to youngest son Robert W. Gemmill of Harford Co $1 and one bed and one cow. to eldest dau. Susanna Duncan wife of Joseph Duncan of Harford Co $1, to 2nd dau. Margaret Gemmill of Harford Co one bed, one bureau, one cow. to my youngest dau. Jinett Gemmill of the County one bed, one cow, and a white rig in the rear. there is to be a sale of my personal property to pay debts, if deficit then to be paid out of profits of land, if a surplus then to be paid to wife and children equally. sons John and Robert W. Gemmill executors. dated Jan. 8, 1840 proved Mar. 17, 1840 witnesses Joseph Cathcart, James Duncan, and John Payne. WB TSB 5 p. 182 Harford Co, MD
TOMBSTONE: In memory of David Gemmill died 10 March 1840 age 60 years.
DEED: David Gemmill and his wife Margaret of Hopewell deed to Andrew Martin of Hopewell 124 acres 13 perches granted by David Wiley and wife Ann to grantor. price $1,613. date Nov. 23, 1812. DB 3I p. 388
DEED: Elizabeth Gemmill and John Kelly exec. of John Gemmill of Hopewell sells to David Gemmill of Hopewell yeoman $1,165.20 194 acres 32 perches in Hopewell. DB 3B p. 504 date April 1, 1816 rec. April 24, 1817.
DEED: David Gemmill and wife Margaret of Hopewell sell to William Allison 194 acres 30 perches in Hopewell, deeded by William Wallace to John Gemmill Book D p. 149. DB 3B p. 505 date April 23, 1817 rec. April 24, 1817 for $1,115.50 (This land shows David Gemmill as son of John Gemmill who bought this land in 1769 from William Wallace.)
BIO: They had nine children per the History of York Co. p. 146. The history of the Gemmill Family by Norman Carlson says he served in War of 1812 and inherited the homeplace.
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